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500 Days of Summer “Bank Heist” Music Video by Irina Dvalidze
Gordon-Levitt and Deschanel dance to She & Him in the new video

Gordon-Levitt and Deschanel dance to She & Him in the new video

PREVIEW: Download She & Him’s “Why Do You Let Me Stay Here?” MP3
RELATED COVERAGE: 20 Watts Reviews (500) Days of Summer OST
WATCH: Video below the jump

A bank heist, 1960s hoop skirts and a pair of John Belushi glasses is a perfect recipe for yet another treat from the instant classic, (500) Days of Summer. Just two weeks ago, 20 Watts raved about the film’s soundtrack, but it seems that album was just a taste of what this project had to offer.

The film has undeniably succeeded with audiences since its limited release two weeks ago. To mark the nationwide release, the filmmakers put together a music video starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel. Impeccably choreographed, the video is set to Deschanel’s She & Him song “Why Do You Let Me Stay Here?”

Now, we all know that Gordon-Levitt and Deschanel not only have perfect chemistry on screen but can also rock some stylish vintage wear. It’s not exactly shocking that they make intense choreography seem like a stroll in the park.

(500) Days of Summer was director Marc Webb’s transition to film. A veteran music video director, it is only natural that he shot this video. However, Deschanel is credited as the original mastermind, inspired by Gordon-Levitt’s Hall & Oates’ dance sequence in the film.

Whether you’ve seen the movie, are looking for another reason to hit the theater, or happen to have a fetish for tap-dancing actors trying to channel dead cultural icons, make sure you check out the video!

– Irina Dvalidze


5 Comments so far
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I’ve long since cooled on She & Him but the video is pretty sweet.

Comment by vilbobag

i just think Joseph Gordon-Levitt is a totally awesome dancer. This video made my day, when i first watched it.

Comment by irinadvalidze

Yea, I caught the video over at USA Today on Tuesday-ish. Quite good. And this movie is fantastic. Probably up there amongst some of my favorites. The soundtrack makes it.

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